of vehicles have a risk of recall.
of all vehicles have write-off records.
of vehicles still have not paid off loans when they are sold.
of vehicles have potential risks when trading.
Driving unregistered car may bring you up to $2000 penalty. As part of the driver's duty, you must regularly run rego check. If you want to buy a used car from others, you'd better run the rego check here because it can help you save your money if the rego is still registered.
NSW Rego Check: www.service.nsw.gov.au
VIC Rego Check: www.vicroads.vic.gov.au
WA Rego Check: online.transport.wa.gov.au
QLD Rego Check: www.service.transport.qld.gov.au
SA Rego Check: www.ecom.transport.sa.gov.au
ACT Rego Check: rego.act.gov.au
What is PPSR?
PPSR is the most commonly name of The Personal Property Securities Register, which is an official government register. For person who wants to buy a second hand car or motor bike, checking PPSR records is one of the necessary step. It includes information about whether the car has been written-off, stolen, flood damaged and so on.
What is REVs?
REVs is the record for financial interests on a vehicle. Prior to 2012, this service was provided by the state based REVS (Register of Encumbered Vehicles) or VSR (Vehicle Securities Register). Basically you will know whether the previous car owner pay off the loan from REVs check.
What is a vehicle recall? A recall takes place when either a car manufacturer or the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) recognizes there is a potential safety issue with a particular component on a vehicle.
Some vehicle recalls may even pose a major threat to the lives of drivers and passengers, such as the Takata airbag recall. Check the recalls of your car is necessary.
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